This is a 14 by 14 dot kolam coloured using colour pencils.
This is another hexagonal design which uses 19-10 Interlaced dots. I've used colour pencils of similar shades to achieve a 3D effect.
This is a kolam with 9x9 parallel dots. I tried it out with sand colours on my table :), but didn't like the look of the colours too much. I wish I had chrome yellow, sap green, a nice purple, maroon, etc. I'm dreaming big here
This is a slight variation of Geometric kolam 2 which uses 19-10 Interlaced dots. The outer design is freehand.
Hexagonal kolam drawn on Adobe Illustrator. It uses 19-10 Interlaced dots.
This is my submission for the Romantic Rangolis event. I've used Red, Pink and White sand. This is my first attempt at making rangolis other than helping mom fill colours
John Lennon was a rock musician, singer-songwriter, peace activist, an author, and a founding members of one of the world's most popular band that changed music forever, The Beatles. His birthday falls on the 9th of October, this year being his 69th. This man was shot to death on Dec 8th, 1980.
More on John Lennon - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lennon
John Lennon's memorial is in Central Park, New York City. We were so very lucky to be in NYC on Oct 9th and this was our tribute to the legend.
'69' is an interesting number, isn't it? you flip it around and you get the same number - John was so much himself when he was a young beatle and even when he was celeberated by the world as an ambassador of peace.
"Imagine there's no Heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today"
(PS - The peace symbol is actually missing a leg - you know where!.)
Random mango motif that can be used in rangolis, mehndi
designs, etc. Pencil on paper.